Strength

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Strength
by Paul

I can be a super ball
Strong, resilient, I bounce from the earth to the sky
Ready to face the next obstacle

I can be a rubber band
Flexible, yet will snap, if pulled too hard

I can be a river rock
Rounded and smooth
Only slowly do I break down

I can be soft sand
Gentle to hands, sifted by waves
A bed for gems and bare feet

I can be a gemstone
Richest of quality, tough enough to cut through glass
Or to scratch the face of a penny
Chiseled down to catch light
Dazzling, bling, bling for the eye
Will not wear thin
For centuries to come
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